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Often, even though a definitive answer in not provided, I find some-one elses ideas extremely helpful.
I may be so tied up in trying to solve an issue I have, that I don't always consider that there may be a different, if not better, approach.
Think outside the box type stuff.. isn't always so easy to do when you are faced with a deadline or head banging problem... I would vote that you post your suggestions/ideas and let the community or poster decide if they want to use your comments.
I also often find that just talking to some-one else, whether they understand my problem or not, is helpful as it stimulates thought processes differently, that otherwise may not have been invoked.
Of all the things I've lost in my life, its my mind I miss the most.
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